Tuesday, November 23, 2010

It's begining to look a lot like Christmas...

Turkey day- 2 day count down, I spent the majority of yesterday trying to do all of the grocery store shopping with my mother and every where we went was crazy crowded.  It also snowed here! I think we got maybe 1/4 of an inch and the news is already calling it as the Winter's Blast.  There was a little bit of ice and my dogs were slip sliding around- I really need to invest in doggy shoes.

I decided this year I am going to be designing my own Christmas cards.  Yes Christmas already!  I decided that I loved them so much, I am going to put a couple in my etsy shop.  These are the type of cards that the card giver can write their own message inside.  This one is says- "What did Reindeer say to the other?"



Here are some examples that the gifter could use..
  "I challenge you to a Christmas cookie eating contests."  or "Nice sleigh bells."  or perhaps the ever classic "Merry Christmas" :)

7 comments:

Noodles and Waffles said...

I can't believe you got snow! Crazy.

Love your cards.

Heartfire At Home said...

Oh wow, that snow is stunning! Great pic! I love the card too Erica. Off to look at your Etsy shop!

Linda. xx

Aubrey Studebaker said...

I can't deal w/ snow yet!

Those cards are sweet. I like how the question on the front allows you to personalize it.

red-handed said...

I always forget Thanksgiving exists until you Americans have your massive echo south of the border. I hope you have a good one, Erika.

cindy said...

i heard about the snow on the radio and it seems so early. usually your weather heads our way - yikes! your reindeer card is beautiful and i love the message you've included and the possibilities for the inside. hope you and your family have a wonderful thanksgiving, erika!

cb said...

beautiful picture! i can't wait for tomorrow, it is truly one of my favorite holidays!!! but i also can't wait to light up our porch with lights and go buy out christmas cactus, yay!!!

have a great day tomorrow!!!

xo,
cb

Tracey said...

Look at all that wonderful snow - lovely! (I adore cold weather).

Love your card too! :)